Top Ten 2014 Releases I Meant To Read But Didn't Get To
Broke and Bookish: Top Ten 2014 Releases I Meant To Read But Didn't Get To
1.) Persuasion, by Jane Austen
In my determination to read more Austen, I was hoping to read this novel from Jane. Thanks in large part to the awesome Katherine Reay who recommended it. Fortunately, I did get this snazzy and pretty copy, so now I've no excuses!
2.) The One, by Kiera Cass
No good excuse comes to mind for why I haven't read this one. It's crazy. Even though I know how it ends, I'm still *dying* to read this conclusion novel.
3.) Winter Brides, by Denise Hunter, Deborah Raney and Betsy St. Amant
Clearly my bid to read more Christmas stories didn't pan out this year. However since I've yet to read this collection of novellas, I think this would sort of count. It is aptly named for the season we're currently in after all - and there IS snow on the ground.
4.) A Bride in Store, by Melissa Jagears
Melissa's debut was really sweet. Naturally, I'm curious about book two.
5.) Can't Let You Go, by Jenny B. Jones
Really disappointed I kind of forgot about this one. Bad blogger. I'm hoping to rush through the middle two books (a girl can dream...) then speed read this one!
6.) The Opal Crown, by Jenny Lindquist
Loved book one. Now it's time to see how it "all ends" in the sequel of this charming duology.
7.) Throne of Glass, by Sarah J. Maas
Yep, another crazy popular series I'd like to try. As I have said before, I've found a good reason to hold back: less wait between books. That is kind of an incentive.
8.) Cinder, by Marissa Meyer
There were big plans for this series this year. Alas none of them panned out. The initial plan was to read them all over the summer. Now, I'll have to try for this coming year.
9.) The Thousand Dollar Tan Line, by Rob Thomas
Whether you like his stuff or not, Rob Thomas is a great storyteller. Or he is in scripting form. Here's hoping that holds true with fiction!
More Lizzie Bennet. There's no complaint in that.
That's it for today's Top Ten Tuesday. A bit boring, I know. But, I'll look forward to future topics later this month. Until then, any bookish thoughts or TTT blog links of your own, sound off below!